Food Republic. He ties a bunch of herb springs (rosemary, sage, or thyme, or whatever combination you're in the mood for) to a dowel, like the handle of a wooden spoon. Then he bastes away! He says the herb brush "flavors the baste, releases oils into the crust as it builds, and eventually becomes a garnish. Plus, it looks really cool." We agree!
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